Undergraduate Certificate

Course Offerings by Term

RTC – Required Technology Course
RSC – Required Societal Course
BTC – Breadth Technology Course
BSC – Breadth Societal Course

Please note that if a course has two designations for both a breadth and required course, i.e., RSC/BSC, that this means there is an exception for that semester only. Some breadth courses do have dual designations for all semesters, i.e., BTC/BSC. Please see the “Requirements” tab for the regular course designation.

Spring 2020
ANT 455 – Visible Evidence: Documentary Film and Data VisualizationRSC
APC 199/MAT 199 – Math AliveBTC
ARC 312/URB 312 – Technology and the City: The Architectural Implications of the Networked Urban LandscapeRSC
ARC 374 – Computational DesignBTC
COS 126/EGR 126 – Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary ApproachRTC (only COS 109 or COS 126 count for credit for the certificate)
COS 324 – Introduction to Machine LearningRTC
COS 433/MAT 473 – CryptographyRTC
COS 445 – Economics and Computing (was Networks, Economics and Computing)RTC
COS 448/EGR 448 – Innovating Across Technology, Business, and MarketplacesRSC
COS 461 – Computer NetworksRTC
EGR 277/SOC 277/HIS 277 – Technology and SocietyCore Course
EGR 395 – Venture Capital and Finance of InnovationRSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High Tech EntrepreneurshipBSC
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for BusinessBSC
ELE 201 – Information SignalsRTC
ELE 464 – Embedded ComputingRTC
ENE 202/ARC 208/EGR 208/ENV 206 – Designing Sustainable Systems: Understanding our Environment with the Internet of ThingsBTC
ENV 303/EEB 303 – Agriculture, Human Diets and the EnvironmentBSC
ENV 377 – Sustainable Cities in the US and India: Technology, Policy & Entrepreneurship Pathways,  RSC
FRS 118 – Life on Mars – or Maybe Not, BSC
FRS 122 – Connection and Communication in the Digital BazaarRSC
FRS 162 – Bioethics: Public Policy, Ethics and the LawBSC
FRS 174 – The Science and Art of Mapping the WorldBTC
GER 211 – Introduction to Media TheoryBSC
MAE 328/EGR 328/ENV 328/ENE 328 – Energy for a Greenhouse-Constrained WorldBTC
ORF 350 – Analysis of Big DataRTC
ORF 401 – Electronic CommerceRTC
ORF 473 – Special Topics in Operations Research and Financial Engineering – Financial Technology and Data-Driven InnovationRTC
PHI 371 – Philosophical Foundations of Probability and Decision TheoryRSC
POL 345/SOC 305/WWS 211 – Introduction to Quantitative Social ScienceBTC/BSC
POL 346 – Applied Quantitative AnalysisRTC
SML 201 – Introduction to Data ScienceRTC
SOC 215 – The Sociology of the InternetRSC
TRA 301/COS 401/LIN 304 – Introduction to Machine TranslationRTC
WWS 200 – Statistics for Social Science, BTC
WWS 353 – Science and Global Security: From Nuclear Weapons to Cyberwarfare and Artificial Intelligence, BTC
WWS 356 – Civil Liberties in a Digital Age, RSC

Fall 2019
APC 524/MAE 506/AST 506 – Software Engineering for Scientific Computing, RTC
ARC 374 – Computational Design, BTC
CEE 102A/EGR 102A/MAE 102A – Engineering in the Modern World, BSC
CEE 102B/EGR 102B/MAE 102B – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
CHM 440 – Drug Discovery in the Genomics Era, BTC
COS IW 10 – Technology Policy Clinic, RSC
COS 109/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC (only COS 109 or COS 126 count for credit for the certificate)
COS 126/EGR 126 – Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach, RTC (only COS 109 or COS 126 count for credit for the certificate)
COS 429 – Computer Vision, RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 551/MOL 551/QCB 551 – Introduction to Genomics and Computational Molecular Biology, RTC
ECO 326 – Economics of the Internet: The Digital Revolution, RSC
ECO 332/GHP 332 – Economics of Health and Health Care, BSC
EGR 395 – Venture Capital and Finance of Innovation, RSC
EGR 488 – Designing Ventures to Change the World, BSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
EGR 497 – Entrepreneurial Leadership, BSC
ELE 206/COS 306 – Contemporary Logic Design, RTC
ELE 364 – Machine Learning for Predictive Data Analytics, RTC
ELE 535 – Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition, RTC
ENV 304/ECO 328/EEB 304/WWS 455 – Disease Ecology, Economics, and Policy, BSC
ENV 367/GEO 367 – Modeling the Earth System: Assessing Strategies for Mitigating Climate Change, BTC
FRS 141 – The Mathematics of Secrecy, Search, and Society!, BTC
GHP 350/WWS 380/ANT 380 – Critical Perspectives in Global Health, BSC
MAE 228/EGR 228/CBE 228/ENE 228 – Energy Technologies in the 21st Century, BTC
ORF 467 – Transportation Systems Analysis, RTC
POL 345/SOC 305 – Introduction to Quantitative Social Science, BTC/BSC
SML 201 – Introduction to Data Science, RTC
SOC 301 – Statistical Methods in SociologyBTC/BSC
THR 210A/STC 210A – Storytelling for Technology and Performance, BSC
THR 210B/STC 210B – Storytelling for Technology and Performance, BSC
WWS 354 – Modern Genetics and Public Policy, BSC

Spring 2019
ANT 455 – Visible Evidence: Documentary Film and Data Visualization, RSC
APC 199/MAT 199 – Math Alive, BTC
ARC 312/URB 312 – Technology and the City: The Architectural Implications of the Networked Urban Landscape, RSC
ARC 492/URB 492/ENV 492 – Topics in the Formal Analysis of the Urban Structure – Environmental Challenges of Urban Sprawl, BSC
COM 332/HUM 332/TRA 332 – Who Owns This Sentence? Copyright Culture from the Romantic Era to the Age of the Internet, RSC
COS 126/EGR 126 – Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach, RTC
COS 324 – Introduction to Machine Learning, RTC
COS 424/SML 302 – Fundamentals of Machine Learning, RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 433/MAT 473 – Cryptography, RTC
COS 445 – Economics and Computing (was Networks, Economics and Computing), RTC
COS 448/EGR 448 – Innovating Across Technology, Business, and Marketplaces, RSC
COS 461 – Computer Networks, RTC
EGR 277/SOC 277/HIS 277 – Technology and Society, Core Course
EGR 395 – Venture Capital and Finance of Innovation, RSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
ELE 201 – Information Signals, RTC
ELE 464 – Embedded Computing, RTC
ENE 259/EGR 259 – Energy Innovation and Entrepreneurship, BTC
ENV 303/EEB 303 – Agriculture, Human Diets and the Environment, BSC
FRS 118 – Life on Mars – or Maybe Not, BSC
FRS 122 – Connection and Communication in the Digital Bazaar, RSC
GER 211 – Introduction to Media Theory, BSC
HIS 453/LAS 453/URB 453 – Digital Histories of Crime in the Americas, RSC
JRN 400 – The Media in America – What to Read and Believe in the Digital Age, RSC
MAE 328/EGR 328/ENV 328/ENE 328 – Energy for a Greenhouse-Constrained World, BTC
ORF 350 – Analysis of Big Data, RTC
ORF 360 – Decision Modeling in Business Analytics, BTC
ORF 401 – Electronic Commerce, RTC
ORF 473 – Special Topics in Operations Research and Financial Engineering – Financial Technology and Data-Driven Innovation, RTC
PHI 371 – Philosophical Foundations of Probability and Decision Theory, RSC
POL 346 – Applied Quantitative Analysis, RTC
SML 201 – Introduction to Data Science, RTC
SOC 412 – Designing Social and Behavioral Field Experiments at Scale, RSC
TRA 301/COS 401/LIN 304 – Introduction to Machine Translation, RTC
WWS 351/SOC 353/COS 351 – Information Technology and Public Policy, RSC
WWS 200 – Statistics for Social Science, BTC
WWS 353 – Science and Global Security: From Nuclear Weapons to Cyberwarfare and Artificial Intelligence, BTC

Fall 2018
ANT 455 – Visible Evidence: Documentary Film and Data Visualization, RSC
APC 524/MAE 506/AST 506 – Software Engineering for Scientific Computing, RTC
ARC 374 – Computational Design, BTC
AAS – Blackness and MediaRSC
CBE 260/EGR 260 – Ethics and Technology: Engineering in the Real World
, BSC
CEE 102A/EGR 102A/MAE 102A – Engineering in the Modern World, BSC
CEE 102B/EGR 102B/MAE 102B – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
CHM 440 – Drug Discovery in the Genomics Era, BTC
COS 109/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC (only COS 109 or COS 126 count for credit for the certificate)
COS 126/EGR 126 – Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach, RTC (only COS 109 or COS 126 count for credit for the certificate)
COS 324 – Introduction to Machine Learning, RTC
COS 429 – Computer Vision, RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 436/ELE 469 – Human-Computer Interface Technology, BTC
COS 551/MOL 551/QCB 551 – Introduction to Genomics and Computational Molecular Biology, RTC
ECO 326 – Economics of the Internet: The Digital Revolution, RSC
ECO 332/GHP 332 – Economics of Health and Health Care, BSC
ECO 406 – Radical Markets, RSC
EGR 385/ANT 385 – Ethnography and Wicked Problems, RSC
EGR 395 – Venture Capital and Finance of Innovation, RSC
EGR 488 – Designing Ventures to Change the World, BSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
EGR 497 – Entrepreneurial Leadership, BSC
ELE 206/COS 306 – Contemporary Logic Design, RTC
ELE 364 – Machine Learning for Predictive Data Analytics, RTC
ELE 535 – Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition, RTC
ELE 574 – Security and Privacy in Computing and Communications, RTC
ENE 273/ELE 273 – Renewable Energy and Smart Grids, BTC
ENV 304/ECO 328/EEB 304/ WWS 455 – Disease Ecology, Economics, and Policy, BSC
ENV 367/GEO 367 – Modeling the Earth System: Assessing Strategies for Mitigating Climate Change, BTC
GHP 350/WWS 380/ANT 380 – Critical Perspectives in Global Health, BSC
HIS 490 – The Attention Economy: Historical Perspectives, RSC
HUM 346 – Introduction to Digital Humanities, RSC
MAE 228/EGR 228/CBE 228/ENE 228 – Energy Technologies in the 21st Century, BTC
ORF 350 – Analysis of Big Data, RTC
ORF 467 – Transportation Systems Analysis, RTC
POL 345/SOC 305 – Introduction to Quantitative Social Science, BSC
SML 201 – Introduction to Data Science, RTC
THR 210A/STC 210A – Storytelling for Technology and Performance, BSC
THR 210B/STC 210B – Storytelling for Technology and Performance, BSC
WWS 354 – Modern Genetics and Public Policy, BSC

Spring 2018
APC 199/MAT 199 – Math Alive, BTC
ARC 312/URB 312 – Technology and the City: The Architectural Implications of the Networked Urban Landscape, RSC
CHV 333/PHI 344 – Bioethics: Clinical and Population-Level, BSC
COS 126/EGR 126 – Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach, RTC
COS 424/SML 302 – Fundamentals of Machine Learning, RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 433/MAT 473 – Cryptography, RTC
COS 445 – Economics and Computing (was Networks, Economics and Computing), RTC
COS 448/EGR 448 – Innovating Across Technology, Business, and Marketplaces, RSC
COS 461 – Computer Networks, RTC
COS 495: Special Topics in Computer Science – Neural Networks: Theory and Applications, RTC
ECO 332/GHP 332 – Economics of Health and Health Care, BSC
EGR 277/SOC 277/HIS 277 – Technology and Society, Core Course
EGR 395 – Venture Capital and Finance of Innovation, RSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
ELE 201 – Information Signals, RTC
ELE 464 – Embedded Computing, RTC
ENE 202/ARC 208/EGR 208/ENV 206 – Designing Sustainable Systems – Demonstrating the Potential of Sustainable Design Thinking, BTC
ENV 303/EEB 303 – Agriculture, Human Diets and the Environment, BSC
FRS 102 – From Codex to Code: Technologies of Learning, RSC
FRS 118 – Life on Mars – or Maybe Not,, BSC
FRS 122 – Connection and Communication in the Digital Bazaar, RSC
FRS 140 – Bioethics and Public Policy, BSC
FRS 159 – Science, Technology and Public Policy, RSC
FRS 170 – The Mathematics of Secrecy, Search, and Society!, RTC
GER 211 – Introduction to Media Theory, BSC
HIS 295 – Making America: Technology and History in the United States, BSC
HUM 346 – Introduction to Digital Humanities, RSC
JRN 400 – The Media in America – What to Read and Believe in the Digital Age, RSC
MAE 328/EGR 328/ENV 328/ENE 328 – Energy for a Greenhouse-Constrained World, BTC
ORF 360 – Decision Modeling in Business Analytics, BTC
ORF 401 – Electronic Commerce, RTC
POL 346 – Applied Quantitative Analysis, RTC
SML 201 – Introduction to Data Science, RTC
SOC 401 – Advanced Social Statistics, BSC
SOC 412 – Designing Social and Behavioral Field Experiments at Scale, RSC
TRA 301/COS 401/LIN 304 – Introduction to Machine Translation, RTC
WWS 351/SOC 353/COS 351 – Information Technology and Public Policy, RSC
WWS 353 – Science and Global Security: From Nuclear Weapons to Cyberwarfare and Artificial Intelligence, BTC
WWS 357 – Cybersecurity, Law, Technology and Policy, RSC

Fall 2017
AAS 301/SOC 367 – Black to the Future: Science, Fiction, and Society, RSC
AMS 399/HIS 399 – In the Groove: Technology and Music in American History, From Edison to the iPod, BSC
APC 524/MAE 506/AST 506 – Software Engineering for Scientific Computing, RTC
ARC 374 – Computational Design, BTC
CBE 260/EGR 260 – Ethics and Technology: Engineering in the Real World, BSC
CEE 102A/EGR 102A/MAE 102A – Engineering in the Modern World, BSC
CEE 102B/EGR 102B/MAE 102B – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
CHM 440 – Drug Discovery in the Genomics Era, BTC
COS 109/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC (only COS 109 or COS 126 count for credit for the certificate)
COS 126/EGR 126 – Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach, RTC (only COS 109 or COS 126 count for credit for the certificate)
COS 324 – Introduction to Machine Learning, RTC
COS 429 – Computer Vision, RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 436/ELE 469 – Human-Computer Interface Technology, BTC
COS 496 – Special Topics in Computer Science – Complex Networks – Analysis and Applications, RTC
COS 551/MOL 551/QCB 551 – Introduction to Genomics and Computational Molecular Biology, RTC
ECO 326 – Economics of the Internet: The Digital Revolution, RSC
EGR 385/ANT 385 – Ethnography and Wicked Problems, RSC
EGR 488 – Designing Ventures to Change the World, BSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
EGR 497 – Entrepreneurial Leadership, BSC
ELE 206/COS 306 – Contemporary Logic Design, RTC
ELE 364 – Machine Learning for Predictive Data Analytics, RTC
ELE 381/COS 381 – Networks: Friends, Money, and Bytes, RTC
ELE 470 – Smartphone Security and Architecture, RTC
ELE 477 – Kernel-Based Machine Learning, RTC
ELE 535 – Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition, RTC
ELE 538 – Special Topics in Information Sciences and Systems – Information Theoretic Security, RTC
ELE 574 – Security and Privacy in Computing and Communications, RTC
ENE 273/ELE 273 – Renewable Energy and Smart Grids, BTC
ENE 475/PSY 475 – Human Factors 2.0 – Psychology for Engineering, Energy, and Environmental Decisions, BSC
ENV 304/ECO 328/EEB 304/ WWS 455 – Disease Ecology, Economics, and Policy, BSC
ENV 367/GEO 367 – Modeling the Earth System: Assessing Strategies for Mitigating Climate Change, BTC
ENV 407 – Africa’s Food and Conservation Challenge, BTC
FRS 127 – Big Brothers are Watching You: Internet Privacy and Security, RSC
FRS 159 – Science, Technology and Public Policy, RSC
GHP 350/WWS 380/ANT 380 – Critical Perspectives in Global Health, BSC
MAE 228/EGR 228/CBE 228/ENE 228 – Energy Technologies in the 21st Century, BTC
MAE 345 – Robotics and Intelligent Systems, RTC
ORF 350 – Analysis of Big Data, RTC
ORF 467 – Transportation Systems Analysis, RTC
POL 345/SOC 305 – Introduction to Quantitative Social Science, BSC
SML 201 – Introduction to Data Science, RTC
WWS 354 – Modern Genetics and Public Policy, BSC

Spring 2017
AMS 399/HIS 399 – In the Groove: Technology and Music in American History, From Edison to the iPod, BSC
APC 199/MAT 199 – Math Alive, BTC
CEE 475 – Cities in the 21st Century: The Nexus of the Climate, Water and Energy, BTC
CHM 440/GHP 440 – Drug Discovery in the Genomics Era, BTC
COS 126/EGR 126 – Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach, RTC
COS 424/SML 302 – Fundamentals of Machine Learning, RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 433/MAT 473 – Cryptography, RTC
COS 435 – Information Retrieval, Discovery, and Delivery, RTC
COS 445 – Economics and Computing (was Networks, Economics and Computing), RTC
COS 448/EGR 448 – Innovating Across Technology, Business, and Marketplaces, RSC
COS 461 – Computer Networks, RTC
COS 495: Special Topics in Computer Science – Neural Networks: Theory and Applications, RTC
ECO 332/GHP 332 – Economics of Health and Health Care, BSC
EGR 277/SOC 277/HIS 277 – Technology and Society, Core Course
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
EGR 489/ARC 487 – Design of the Imminent Future, BSC
ELE 201 – Information Signals, RTC
ELE 464 – Embedded Computing, RTC
ELE 580 – Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering – Trustworthy Computing, RTC
ENE 202/ARC 208/EGR 208/ENV 206 – Designing Sustainable Systems – Demonstrating the Potential of Sustainable Design Thinking, BTC
ENV 316 – Climate Science and Communications, BSC
FRS 118 – Life on Mars – or Maybe Not, BSC
FRS 122 – Connection and Communication in the Digital Bazaar, RSC
FRS 138 – Oracle Bones to Smartphones: Reading Media in East Asia, BSC
FRS 140 – Bioethics and Public Policy, BSC
FRS 170 – The Mathematics of Secrecy, Search, and Society!, RTC
FRS 172 – Humans and Machines: Work and Technology in the 21st Century, RSC
FRS 178 – Statistics, Journalism, and the Public Interest, BSC
GER 211 – Introduction to Media Theory, BSC
GER 517/MOD 517 – Modernism and Modernity – Digital Cultures, RSC
JRN 400 – The Media in America – What to Read and Believe in the Digital Age, RSC
MAE 328/EGR 328/ENV 328/ENE 328 – Energy for a Greenhouse-Constrained World, BTC
NEU 437//MOL 437/PSY 437 – Computational Neuroscience, BTC
ORF 350 – Analysis of Big Data, RTC
ORF 360 – Decision Modeling in Business Analytics, BTC
ORF 401 – Electronic Commerce, RTC
PHI 277/CHV 277 – Biomedical Ethics, BSC
PHI 411 – Free Speech in the Internet Age, RSC
POL 346 – Applied Quantitative Analysis, RTC
QCB 408 – Foundations of Applied Statistics and Data Science (with Applications in Biology), BTC
SML 201 – Introduction to Data Science, RTC
SOC 204 – Social Networks, RSC
SOC 558 – Being Human in the 21st Century: How Social and Technological Tools are Reshaping Humanity, RSC
TRA 301/COS 401/LIN 304 – Introduction to Machine Translation, RTC
WWS 352/COS 352 – Artificial Intelligence and Public Policy, RSC
WWS 353 – Science and Global Security: From Nuclear Weapons to Cyberwarfare, BTC
WWS 357 – Cybersecurity Law, Technology and Policy, RSC

Fall 2016
APC 524/MAE 506/AST 506 – Software Engineering for Scientific Computing, RTC
ARC 374 – Computational Design, BTC
CBE 260/EGR 260 – Ethics and Technology: Engineering in the Real World, BSC
CEE 102A/EGR 102A/MAE 102A – Engineering in the Modern World, BSC
CEE 102B/EGR 102B/MAE 102B – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
CHM 440 – Drug Discovery in the Genomics Era, BTC
COS 109/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC
COS 126/EGR 126 – Computer Science: An Interdisciplinary Approach, RTC
COS 402 – Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence, RTC
COS 429 – Computer Vision, RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 455/MOL 455/QCB 455 – Introduction to Genomics and Computational Molecular Biology, RTC
ECO 326 – Economics of the Internet: The Digital Revolution, RSC
EGR 488 – Designing Ventures to Change the World, BSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 492 – Radical Innovation in Global Markets, BSC
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
EGR 497 – Entrepreneurial Leadership, BSC
ELE 206/COS 306 – Contemporary Logic Design, RTC
ELE 381/COS 381 – Networks: Friends, Money, and Bytes, RTC
ELE 470 – Smartphone Security and Architecture, RTC
ELE 477 – Kernel-Based Machine Learning, RTC
ELE 535 – Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition, RTC
ELE 538 – Special Topics in Information Sciences and Systems – Information Theoretic Security, RTC
ELE 574 – Security and Privacy in Computing and Communications, RTC
ENV 304/ECO 328/EEB 304/ WWS 455 – Disease Ecology, Economics, and Policy, BSC
ENV 407 – Africa’s Food and Conservation Challenge, BTC
FRS 127 – Big Brothers are Watching You: Internet Privacy and Security, RSC
GER 211 – Introduction to Media Theory, BSC
GER 517/MOD 517/ART 517/COM 519 – Modernism and Modernity – Aesthetics of Surveillance, RSC
GHP 350/WWS 380/ANT 380 – Critical Perspectives in Global Health, BSC
HIS 295 – Making America: Technology and History in the United States, BSC
HUM 346/ENG 349 – Introduction to Digital Humanities, RSC
ITA 320/COM 378 – Cybernetics, Literary Ghosts and the Italian Way, BSC
MAE 228/EGR 228/CBE 228/ENE 228 – Energy Technologies in the 21st Century, BTC
ORF 411 – Operations and Information Engineering, RTC
ORF 467 -Transportation Systems Analysis, RTC
POL 341 – Experimental Methods in Politics, RSC
STC 349/ENV 349 – Writing About Science, BSC
WWS 354 – Modern Genetics and Public Policy, BSC

Spring 2016
AMS 399/HIS 399 – In the Groove: Technology and Music in American History, From Edison to the iPod, BSC
ANT 356 – Technologies of Communication, BSC
AST 309/MAE 309/PHY 309/ENE 309 – Science and Technology of Nuclear Energy: Fission and Fusion, BTC
COS 126/EGR 126 – General Computer Science RTC
COS 424/SML 302 – Fundamentals of Machine Learning (previously titled: Interacting with Data), RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 433/MAT 473 – Cryptography, RTC
COS 435 – Information Retrieval, Discovery, and Delivery, RTC
COS 448/EGR 448 – Innovating Across Technology, Business, and Marketplaces, RSC
COS 461 – Computer Networks, RTC
EGR 277/HIS 277/SOC 277 – Technology and Society, Core Course
EGR 390/CEE 390 – Innovation in Practice: Pathways and People, BSC
EGR 392 – Creativity, Innovation, and Design, BSC
EGR 482 – Innovation through Empathic Design, BSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
ELE 464 – Embedded Computing, RTC
ELE 580 – Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering – Trustworthy Computing, RTC
ENE 308/MAE 308 – Engineering the Climate: Technical & Policy Challenges, BTC
ENE 414 – Renewable Energy Systems, BTC
ENG 349/HUM 346 – Introduction to Digital Humanities, RSC
FRS 122 – Connection and Communication in the Digital Bazaar, RSC
GER 211 – Introduction to Media Theory, BSC
HIS 278 – Digital, Spatial, Visual, and Oral Histories, RSC
JRN 400 – The Media in America – What to Read and Believe in the Digital Age, RSC
JRN 452 – Digital Journalism – Writing about Digital Culture, RSC
MAE 328/EGR 328/ENV 328/ENE 328 – Energy for a Greenhouse-Constrained World, BTC
MAE 354 – Unmaking the Bomb: The Science & Technology of Nuclear Nonproliferation, Disarmament, and Verification, BTC
MSE 407 – Communicating Science and Techonlogy in the Modern World, RSC
ORF 350 – Analysis of Big Data, RTC
ORF 401 – Electronic Commerce, RTC
POL 478/COS 478 – Politics in the Age of Digital Media, RSC
SML 101 – Reasoning with Data, RTC
SML 201 – Introduction to Data Science, RTC
TRA 301/COS 401/LIN 304 – Introduction to Machine Translation, RTC
WWS 357 – Cybersecurity Law, Technology and Policy, RSC
WWS 528D – Topics in Domestic Policy Analysis – Public Management in the Age of Digital Technology, RSC

Fall 2015
APC 524/MAE 506/AST 506 – Software Engineering for Scientific Computing, RTC
ARC 374 – Computational Design, BTC
CBE 260/EGR 260 – Ethics and Technology: Engineering in the Real World, BTC
CEE 102A/EGR 102A/MAE 102A – Engineering in the Modern World, BSC
CEE 102B/EGR 102B/MAE 102B – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
CHM 440 – Drug Discovery in the Genomics Era, BTC
COS 109/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC
COS 126/EGR 126 – General Computer Science, RTC
COS 402 – Artificial Intelligence, RTC
COS 429 – Computer Vision, RTC
COS 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 455/MOL 455 – Introduction to Genomics and Computational Molecular Biology, RTC
ECO 326 – Economics of the Internet: The Digital Revolution, RSC
EGR 201 – Introduction to Entrepreneurship, BSC, (No longer counts toward the TS certificate after this semester.)
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 492 – Radical Innovation in Global Markets, RSC/BSC – This is the last semester this course will count for a RSC. It will still be a BSC.
EGR 494 – Leadership Development for Business, BSC
EGR 495 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship – Building and Financing Technical Ventures, BSC
EGR 497 – Entrepreneurial Leadership, BSC
EGR 498/GHP 498 – Special Topics in Social Entrepreneurship – Ventures to Address Global Challenges, BSC
ELE 206/COS 306 – Contemporary Logic Design, RTC
ELE 381/COS 381 – Networks: Friends, Money, and Bytes, RTC
ELE 470 – Smartphone Security and Architecture, RTC
ELE 477 – Kernel-Based Machine Learning, RTC
ELE 535 – Machine Learning and Pattern Recognition, RTC
ELE 580 – Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering – Trustworthy Computing, RTC
ENV 304/ECO 328/EEB 304/ WWS 455 – Disease Ecology, Economics, and Policy, BSC
ENV 407 – Africans Feeding Africa, BTC
GHP 350/WWS 380/ANT 380 – Critical Perspectives in Global Health, BSC
MAE 228/EGR 228/CBE 228/ENE 228 – Energy Solutions for the Next Century, BTC
MAE 345 – Robotics and Intelligent Systems, RTC
ORF 411 – Operations and Information Engineering, RTC
SOC 346 – Sociology of the Cubical: Work, Technology, and Organization, RSC
WWS 353/MAE 353 – Science and Global Security: From Nuclear Weapons to Cyberwarfare, BTC (Please note that this used to be allowed as a RSC, but it is now only a BTC.)
WWS 354 – Modern Genetics and Public Policy, BSC
WWS 403(1) – The Social and Economic Effects of Current Technological Change, RSC

Spring 2015
APC 199/MAT 199 – Math Alive, BTC
CHV 331/WWS 372 – Ethics and Public Health, BSC
COS 126/EGR126 – General Computer Science, RTC
COS 424 – Interacting with Data, RTC
COS 432/ELE 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 448/EGR 448 – Innovating Across Technology, Business, and Marketplaces, RSC
COS 598B – Advanced Topics in Computer Science – Privacy Technologies, RTC
COS 598D – Advanced Topics in Computer Science – Analytics and Systems of Big Data, RTC
COS 598F – Advanced Topics in Computer Science – Internet Law and Policy, RSC
ECO 332 – Economics of Health and Health Care, BSC
EGR 277/SOC 277/HIS 277 – Technology and Society, Core Course
EGR 392 – Creativity, Innovation, and Design, BSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 495 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship – How to Launch an Internet Startup, BSC
ELE 386/EGR 386 – Cyber Security, RTC
ENE 202/ARC 208/EGR 208/ENV 206 – Designing Sustainable Systems – Applying the Science of Sustainability to Address Global Change, BTC
ENV 316 – Climate Science and Communications, BSC
GHP 404 – Science, Society, and Health Policy, BSC
MAE 328/EGR 328/ENV 328/ENE 328 – Energy for a Greenhouse-Constrained World, BTC
MAE 354 – Unmaking the Bomb: The Science & Technology of Nuclear Nonproliferation, Disarmament, and Verification, BTC
NEU 537/MOL 537/PSY 517 – Computational Neuroscience and Computing Networks, BTC
ORF 350 – Analysis of Big Data, RTC
SOC 204 – Social Networks, RSC
WWS 351/SOC 353/COS 351 – Information Technology and Public Policy, RSC
WWS 402e – Cyber Security: Attacks and Consequences, RSC

Fall 2014
ARC 374 – Computational Design, BTC
CBE 228/EGR 228/ENE 228/MAE 228 – Energy Solutions for the Next Century, BTC
CBE 260/EGR 260 – Ethics and Technology: Engineering in the Real World, BTC
CEE 102A/EGR 102A/MAE 102A – Engineering in the Modern World, BSC
CEE 102B/EGR 102B/MAE 102B – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
COS 109/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC
COS 126/EGR 126 – General Computer Science, RTC
COS 381 – Networks: Friends, Money and Bytes, RTC
COS 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 455/MOL 455 – Introduction to Genomics and Computational Molecular Biology, RTC
COS 597E – Advanced Topics in Computer Science – Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies, RTC
ECO 326 – Economics of the Internet: The Digital Revolution, RSC
EGR 201 – Introduction to Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 492 – Radical Innovation in Global Markets, RSC/BSC
EGR 495 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship – Building and Financing Technical Ventures, BSC
ELE 206/COS 306 – Contemporary Logic Design, RTC
ELE 580 – Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering – Trustworthy Computing, RTC
ENV 304/ECO 328/EEB 304/ WWS 4555 – Disease Ecology, Economics, and Policy, BSC
FRS 159 – Science, Technology and Public Policy, RSC
HIS 391 – History of Contemporary Science, BSC
ORF 411 – Operations and Information Engineering, RTC
ORF 467 – Transportation Systems Analysis, RTC
POL 332 – Topics in American Statesmanship – Science, Technology and the American Way, RSC
SOC 596 – Computational Social Science, RSC
STC 349 – Science Journalism, BSC
WWS 354 – Modern Genetics and Public Policy, BSC
WWS 403(j) – The Social and Economic Effects of Current Technological Change, RSC

Spring 2014
ANT 344 – Science, Technology & Culture, BSC
COS 126/EGR 126 – General Computer Science, RTC
COS 445 – Networks, Economics and Computing, RTC
COS 448 – Innovating Across Technology, Business, and Marketplaces, RSC
COS 495/EGR 495/WWS 495 – Special Topics in Computer Science – Information Technology, Law and Policy, RSC
COS 496/HLS 496/ART 496 – Special Topics in Computer Science – Modeling the Past – Digital Tech, and Excavations in Polis, Cyprus, RSC
EGR 277/HIS 277/SOC 277 – Technology and Society, Core Course
EGR 392 – Creativity, Innovation, and Design, BSC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
ELE 201 – Information and Signals, RTC
FRS 118 – Life on Mars – Or Maybe Not? BSC
ORF 401 – Electronic Commerce, RTC
SOC 357 – Sociology of Technology, RSC or BSC
MOL 205 – Genes, Health, and Society BTC
NEU 259A/PSY 259A – Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience, BTC (Spring 2014 is the last time this course will count for this certificate.)
WWS 353/MAE 353 – Science and Global Security: From Nuclear Weapons to Cyberwarfare, BTC/RSC

Fall 2013
CEE 102A/EGR 102A/MAE 102A – Engineering in the Modern World, BSC
CEE 102B/EGR 102B/MAE 102B – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
COS 109/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC
COS 126 – General Computer Science (may be taken instead of COS 109), RTC
COS 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 597G – Advanced Topics in Computer Science – Surveillance and Countermeasures, RTC
ECO 326* – Economics of the Internet: The Digital Revolution (one time course, Fall 2013), RSC
ELE 381/COS 381 – Networks: Friends, Money, and Bytes, RTC
ELE 580/COS 580 – Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering: Trustworthy Computing, RTC
EGR 492* – Radical Innovation in Global Markets, RSC
EGR 495 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship – Developing Commercially Viable Technologies, RSC/BSC
MAE 228/EGR 228/CBE 228 – Energy Solutions for the Next Century, BTC
MAE 345 – Robotics and Intelligent Systems, RTC
ORF 411 – Operations and Information Engineering, RTC
SOC 346* – Sociology of the Cubicle: Work, Technology, and Organization, RSC/BSC
WWS 351/SOC 353/COS 351 – Information Technology and Public Policy (formerly WWS 451), RSC

Spring 2013
CBE 260/EGR 260 – Ethics and Technology: Engineering in the Real World, BTC
COS 126 – General Computer Science (may be taken instead of COS 109), RTC
COS 448* – Innovating Across Technology, Business, & Markets, RSC
ELE 201 – Introduction to Signals and Systems (may be taken instead of ELE 222), RTC
ELE 386/EGR 386 – Cyber Security , RTC
MOL 205 – Genes, Health, and Society, BTC
NEU 259A/B – Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience, BTC (Spring 2014 is the last time this course will count for this certificate.)
ORF 401 – Electronic Commerce, RTC
SOC 204 – Social Networks, RSC
SOC 356* – Sociology of Science, BSC
WRI 149/150 – Fans and Consumer Culture, RSC
WWS 334/SOC 313 – Media and Public Policy (formerly WWS 309). (This is the last semester this course is approved; in 2015 it has the same title but different content.), RSC
WWS 353/MAE/AST 353 – Science and Global Security: From Nuclear Weapons to Cyberwarefare, BTC/RSC

Fall 2012
CEE 102a/b/EGR 102a/b/MAE 102a/b – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
COS 109/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC
COS 126 – General Computer Science (may be taken instead of COS 109), RTC
COS 432 – Information Security, RTC
COS 445 – Networks, Economics and Computing, RTC
COS 455/MOL 455 – Introduction to Genomics and Computational Molecular Biology, RTC
COS 597D – Advanced Topics in Computer Science – Information Privacy Technologies RTC
EGR 492* – Radical Innovation in Global Markets , RSC/BSC
EGR 495 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship – The Lean LaunchPad, RSC/BSC
ELE 381/COS 381 – Networks: Friends, Money, and Bytes, RTC
EGR 491/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship , RSC/BSC
ELE 580/COS 580 – Advanced Topics in Computer Engineering: Trustworthy Computing, RTC
FRS 101* – Facebook: The Social Impact of Social Networks (one time course, Fall 2012), RSC
FRS 125 Friending, Following and Finding, RTC
FRS 163 – Science, Technology and Public Policy, RSC
MAE 228/EGR 228/CBE 228 – Energy Solutions for the Next Century , BTC
MAE 244*/EGR 244 – Introduction to Biomedical Innovation and Global Health , BTC
ORF 411 – Operations and Information Engineering, RTC
WRI 149/150 – Fans and Consumer Culture, RSC
WWS 334/SOC 313 – Media and Public Policy (formerly WWS 309), RSC
WWS 351/ SOC 353/COS 351 – Information Technology and Public Policy (formerly WWS 451), RSC
WWS 571B/NES 584 – Topics in Development – New Media & Social Movements: New Tools for an Old Game, RSC

Spring 2012
CBE/EGR 260 – Ethics and Technology: Engineering in the Real World, BTC
COS 126 – General Computer Science (may be taken instead of COS 109), RTC
COS 448 – Innovating Across Technology, Business, & Markets, RSC
COS 495/ART 495 – Special Topics in Computer Science – Modeling the Past – Technologies and Excavations in Polis, Cyprus, RSC
EGR/HIS/SOC 277 – Technology and Society (Core Course)
EGR/ELE 386 – Cyber Security, RTC
EGR/ELE 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 495 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship – Entrepreneurial Leadership, BSC
MOL 205 – Genes, Health, and Society, BTC
NES/ENV 266 – Oil, Energy and The Middle East, BSC
ORF 401 – Electronic Commerce, RTC
SOC 409 – Critical Approaches to Human Computer Interaction, RSC

Fall 2011
CBE/EGR/MAE 228 – Energy Solutions for the Next Century, BSC
CEE/EGR/MAE 102a/b – Engineering in the Modern World, BTC
COS/EGR 109 – Computers in Our World, RTC
COS 126 – General Computer Science (may be taken instead of COS 109), RTC
EGR/ELE/ORF 491 – High-Tech Entrepreneurship, BSC
EGR 492/WWS 493 – Radical Innovation in Global Markets, BSC
EGR 495 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship – Ventures to Address Global Challenges, BSC
ELE 381 – Networks: Friend, Money, and Bytes, RTC
ITA 309 – Topics in Contemporary Italian Civilization – New Media, Social Network and Italy, RSC
SOC 357 – Sociology of Technology, RSC
WRI 149 – Fans and Consumer Culture, RSC
WWS 309/SOC 313 – Media and Public Policy, RSC

Spring 2011
EGR 495 – Special Topics in Entrepreneurship – Entrepreneurial New Product Development (NPD), BSC